The Riboli Family: San Antonio Winery

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San Antonio Winery has had some exciting things happen recently. At the end of 2018 they were awarded American Winery of the Year and recently completed their new production facility in Paso Robles, California.

The production facility features 53,525 square feet of indoor and 25,250 square feet of outdoor winery operations, with a capacity of approximately 150,000 cases per year. The pre-engineered steel building system allows for clear spans, low maintenance, and efficient insulation assemblies to optimize wine production. Phased expansion and flexibility of spaces were major design considerations with approximately 50,000 square feet of future building expansion potential, allowing another 150,000 cases. All systems have been prepared for modular expansion. High efficiency lighting and environmental control systems are integrated throughout the facility. Additionally, the wine-making process was considered from inception to finished product to streamline adjacencies, circulation patterns, and production flow.

It was a privilege to be the architect for this wonderful project and to help launch San Antonio Winery into a new year of success!

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Parrish Family Vineyard Tasting Room and Production Barn

Parrish Family Vineyard recently completed their new tasting room and production barn in 2018. It was a privilege to be a part of this wonderful project and to design on such a breathtaking site in the rolling hills of Paso Robles

The tasting room is a two story, ranch style building with wrap-around porches. Included in this design are VIP and members’ rooms, a commercial kitchen, and administrative offices. The lower level opens onto a landscaped terrace that provides sweeping views of the valley and vineyards.

The 10,000 square foot production barn is designed to evoke the quintessential triple-aisle agrarian barn and includes a covered outdoor crush pad, fermentation and barrel rooms, and winemaking support spaces. This facility is able to produce 10,000 to 15,000 cases of wine per year. The pre-engineered steel building is clad in redwood siding and has a corrugated steel roof with solar panels serving the production barn.